The Kaiser Permanente (KP) Northern California (Oakland) Psychiatry Residency Program is excited to welcome our next class of six residents in late June. The KP Oakland Medical Center is the primary training site. It is the flagship medical center for the Northern California KP Healthcare System. Other KP training sites are: Richmond Medical Center, Fremont Medical Center, Oakland Addiction Medicine Recovery Service, and the San Leandro Post-Acute Care Center. Inpatient training occurs at Heritage Psychiatric Health Facility in Oakland and the Medical Psychiatric Inpatient Unit at KP Fremont Medical Center. Psychiatric emergency training occurs at John George Psychiatric Pavilion serving all of Alameda County.
The KP Healthcare System values patient-centered, evidence-based, and integrated care with an emphasis on timely access, positive health outcomes, primary prevention, and patient satisfaction. The KP Healthcare System serves the socioeconomically and culturally diverse East Bay community that includes one of the largest LGBTQI populations in the nation. We believe the training our residents receive along with immersion in the KP Healthcare System prepares them to have a prominent role in the future of mental health care.
The KP Northern California (Oakland) Psychiatry Residency Program aims to train residents as:
- Competent and compassionate clinicians with expertise in psychological, biological, socio-cultural and team-based aspects of care.
- Mental health scholars and researchers.
- Future leaders in the field of psychiatry. This training will emphasize organizational and role specific issues, medical-legal issues, and mental health policy issues.
- Professionals, life long learners, patient advocates, and mentors.
- Skilled medical educators.
This website provides a comprehensive description of our training program, but if you have further questions please feel free to contact us at: Rhondalyn.email@example.com.
- Diverse patient population
- Training in the state of the art integrated KP healthcare system
- Tele-Video-psychiatry with outpatients
- Outpatient psychiatric training in PGY1
- CBT and group psychotherapy in PGY2
- Elective individual psychodynamic psychotherapy in PGY2
- Inpatient training on a multidisciplinary state of the art Medical Psychiatric unit in PGY2
- Psychiatric emergency training in the Alameda County community-based system of care
- Addiction medicine training in PGY2
- Medical educator training starting in PGY2
- Building your own outpatient panel in PGY3
- Continuity of care for a panel of outpatients during PGY3 & 4
- Longitudinal elective rotations in PGY3 &4
- Eating Disorder Clinic and TMS electives in PGY4
- Scholarship and research training including access to the KP Division of Research
- Leadership training in mental health policy and administration – each resident will have a Chief Resident or Clinical Service Chief experience in PGY4
- Currently there is no night float